NAMBUCCA VALLEY COUNCIL PAYS TRIBUTE TO QUEEN ELIZABETH II

Following the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Nambucca Valley Council has a condolence book available to sign at Council’s Administration Centre, 44 Princess Street Macksville. 
Residents will be able to sign the book and pass on their condolences to the Royal Family and people of the United Kingdom until Friday 23 September 2022.  
An online condolence book is also available on the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet website. A link to the online condolence book can also be found on Council’s website – www.nambucca@nsw.gov.au  

Condolence messages will be collated and submitted to the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet for inclusion in the condolence messages to be sent to Buckingham Palace and archived by the Commonwealth of Australia.

ALL MEDIA ENQUIRIES TO:
Mayor Rhonda Hoban OAM
0408 661 412 

12 September 2022 

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